Mariola Brillowska / Felix Kubin

Mariola Brillowska / Felix Kubin

Mariola Brillowska, media artist, born and raised in Sopot, Pomorskie, Poland. She went to Germany at the age of 20, where she studied liberal arts at the College of Fine Arts in Hamburg. From then on she works on her unmistakable signature of the anarchist film, theater and radio drama director, performance artist and author. From 2005 to 2013 she was an art professor at the Hochschule für Gestaltung Offenbach am Main. Works u.a. Roman House Ban (2013). Winner of various film, poetry and radio play prizes, i.a. of the ARD Pin Ball Award (2014). the BHF Short Mikros (2017), the Oberhausen Music Video – Audience Award (2017) and the Golden Lola (German Short Film Award 2017).

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Felix Kubin is one of electronic music’s most dynamic and versatile performers. A lovechild of the home recording era (he started to compose electronic 4-track music at the age of 12), his activities span futurist pop, electroacoustic and chamber orchestra music, radio plays, performance projects and writing. In 1998 he founded his own record label Gagarin Records. Over the last two decades, he has released numerous albums and played at many international electronic contemporary music festivals. He has collaborated with artists such as Max Goldt, Holger Hiller, Mariola Brillowska, Lars Rudolph, Jacques Palminger and Momus.

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Felix Kubin, Botschafter der explodierenden Lungen, wurde 1969 von helfenden Händen aus dem Hamburger Hafenschlamm gezogen. Seit den 90er Jahren macht er als Komponist elektronischer Musik, Hörspielmacher und “harte Zelle” von sich reden. Er hat mit vielen namhaften Künstlern zusammengearbeitet, darunter Max Goldt, Holger Hiller, Mariola Brillowska, Lars Rudolph, Jacques Palminger und Momus.